Horror • R • 2004 • 1 hr 25 min
A reasonaly good, claustrophobic horror movie.
This seems to be a fairly polarizing film. To be honest, I watch this purely for Sean Harris’s incredible performance as the titular Creep.
Dated, even though it came out in 2004. Character choices are completely unrealistic but it’s horror so whatever. Watch it once and be done.
A "classical" early 2000's horror... Nothing too deep of a story, but the horror and thrill are neat!
A good fast paced creature feature without the creature.
Not my cup of tea. If you like stuff like Hills have eyes or, Wrong turn, this is probably for you.
Not too Gruesome but will definitely give you goosebumps,just a little bit, the character not the brightest.
Surprisingly fun to watch. The lead actress is quite charming so she manages to keep the film interesting.
An alright film, but the end half gets way too deep for a typical monster/slasher flick. I definitely wanted to be scared more, but wasn’t.
Creepy and thrilling
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